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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... numbers running north/south and south/north and odd numbers for roads running east/west or west/East. The soil in the Black Forest is not fertile so there are mainly fir trees here. Beech or Oak trees are rarely to be found. Until the Middle Ages the Black Forest was truly a dark forest - the Romans called it "Silva Nigra", a murky and almost impenetrable woodland. This situation changed in the late Middle Ages, when huge fir and pine trees were all of a sudden used ...
... We stopped at a café and had a nice little bit of vegetable lasagna for lunch and then wandered around admiring the little chocolate box of a town. It was cold and rainy and we explored some of the gift shops and streets. It was a pretty place and probably even better when it's warm and ...
Drove through the mysterious black forest - Schwarzwald. Rolling green hills, lush farmland, thick forests and storybook hamlets. The changeable spring weather saw periods of dark clouds and rain which only added to the beauty and atmosphere of the forest. Once in Triberg we walked to the famous waterfall and did as many trails as were accessible. Lovely dinner of venison and weisswein in a local ...
We enjoyed quiet evening in the pleasant Aires which is situated next to a small park which has a very large wine press at one DBS and a children's play area at the other. This morning maintenance decided to change the fuel pump on the water heater as we still have a small water leak, we then walked into the village to buy some bread. After a short drive we arrived at Colmar-a beautiful town with cathedrals, timbered houses and canals running through ...
... clearly influenced by the Germanic style which is prevalent in this area of France. Another little gem that Nathan was pleased with, was that the towns are located smack bang in the middle of the Alsace wine area. With miles and miles of vineyards spreading out through the hills and valleys there were heaps of cellars to visit.
In Ribeauville we also paid a visit to the Church of St Gregory which was another interesting church which ...